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Department of Biochemistry

 
Heterotrophic dinoflagellate Protoperidinium claudicans from Bass Strait, Victoria, Australia.
Read more at: Tom Blundell
Tom Blundell

Tom Blundell

Understanding in space and time multicomponent systems involved in cell regulation and targeting them in cancer and mycobacterial infections.


Read more at: Alex Borodavka
Alex Borodavka

Alex Borodavka

Molecular mechanisms underpinning RNA-controlled self-assembly of multi-segmented viral genomes.


Read more at: Kevin Brindle
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Kevin Brindle

Molecular imaging of cancer.


Read more at: Bill Broadhurst
Bill Broadhurst

Bill Broadhurst

Structural dynamics of modular polyketide synthases.


Read more at: Guy Brown
Guy Brown

Guy Brown

Microglia in neuroinflammation and neurodegeneration.


Read more at: Mark Carrington
Mark Carrington

Mark Carrington

Molecular cell biology of trypanosomes.


Read more at: Marc de la Roche
Marc de la Roche

Marc de la Roche

The Wnt pathway in normal homeostasis and disease.


Read more at: Paul Dupree
Paul Dupree

Paul Dupree

Plant cell wall synthesis and function.


Read more at: Gerard Evan
Gerard Evan

Gerard Evan

Determining the molecular basis of cancer.


Read more at: Jenny Gallop
gallop

Jenny Gallop

Signalling to the actin cytoskeleton.


Read more at: Monique Gangloff
Monique Gangloff

Monique Gangloff

Structural biology of mosquito immunity.


Read more at: Nick Gay
Nick Gay

Nick Gay

Molecular and cellular mechanisms of innate immunity.


Read more at: Florian Hollfelder
Florian Hollfelder

Florian Hollfelder

Chemical biology: from mechanism to droplet microfluidics (and back).


Read more at: Chris Howe
Chris Howe

Chris Howe

Biochemistry of photosynthetic organisms and their non-photosynthetic relatives.


Read more at: Marko Hyvönen
Marko Hyvönen

Marko Hyvönen

Specificity, regulation and inhibition of protein-protein interactions in cellular signalling.


Read more at: Tony Jackson
Tony Jackson

Tony Jackson

Sodium channels and other plasma membrane proteins.


Read more at: Svetlana Khoronenkova
Svetlana Khoronenkova

Svetlana Khoronenkova

DNA repair and neurodegenerative diseases.


Read more at: Ernest Laue
Ernest Laue

Ernest Laue

Chromatin remodelling and genome structure.


Read more at: Kathryn Lilley
Kathryn Lilley

Kathryn Lilley

Subcellular proteome and transcriptome.


Read more at: Trevor Littlewood
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Trevor Littlewood

Oncogenic signalling in cancer.


Read more at: Ben Luisi
Ben Luisi

Ben Luisi

Machinery of riboregulation and transport.


Read more at: Sarah Lummis
Sarah Lummis

Sarah Lummis

Characterisation of Cys-loop receptors.


Read more at: Paula MacGregor
MacGregor

Paula MacGregor

The molecular basis and evolution of host-parasite interactions in African trypanosomes.


Read more at: Eyal Maori
Eyal Maori

Eyal Maori

RNA transmission between organisms.


Read more at: Juan Mata
Juan Mata

Juan Mata

Genome-wide responses to stress.


Read more at: Helen Mott
Helen Mott

Helen Mott

Structure, dynamics and membrane interactions of small G proteins and their downstream effectors.


Read more at: Daniel Nietlispach
Daniel Nietlispach

Daniel Nietlispach

Integral membrane protein biology: structure, dynamics and function.


Read more at: Darerca Owen
Darerca Owen

Darerca Owen

Small G protein-regulated signalling networks.


Read more at: Luca Pellegrini
Luca Pellegrini

Luca Pellegrini

Molecular mechanisms of genomic stability.


Read more at: George Salmond
George Salmond

George Salmond

Molecular microbiology: bacterial quorum sensing, virulence, protein secretion, antibiotics, gas vesicles and flotation, toxin-antitoxin systems and bacteriophage abortive infection.


Read more at: Dee Scadden
Dee Scadden

Dee Scadden

Investigating the fate of hyper-edited dsRNA.


Read more at: Chris Smith
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Chris Smith

Regulation of alternative pre-mRNA splicing.


Read more at: Jussi Taipale
Jussi Taipale

Jussi Taipale

Transcriptional control of growth.


Read more at: Ross Waller
Ross Waller

Ross Waller

Investigating molecular function, diversity and evolution in cells.


Read more at: Martin Welch
Martin Welch

Martin Welch

Control of bacterial virulence and biofilm formation in the opportunistic human pathogen, Pseudomonas aeruginosa.


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Heterotrophic dinoflagellate Protoperidinium claudicans from Bass Strait, Victoria, Australia.

Credit: Waller Group.

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